Florida House districts could look ‘radically different’ in 2022

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Population swings could change district lines. 

The once-a-decade redistricting process for Florida’s 120 House seats continued Wednesday, with the State Legislative Redistricting Subcommittee discussing criteria used in the 2012 maps and changes that are almost certain to come in 2022.

Chairman Cord Byrd, who represents Nassau County and part of Duval County in House District 11, suggested major changes could come to districts through the current redistricting process.

“While some of the districts may look similar, others could look radically different,” Byrd said, noting population growth has been significant, especially in certain parts of the state.

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